Research methodologies and methods to effect change in law and social systems
Keywords:civil society, participatory democracy, law and regulation, BESS , Second Track, decision-making, behavioural economics, social change
Intellectual property expert Prof Natalie Stoianoff demonstrates the value of the Delphi Method and Second Track processes in developing laws and regulations that aim to achieve social change. One of her case studies deals with environmental tax and climate policy reform, while another shows how Indigenous legal systems can be integrated within the framework of Australian common law.
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